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Poetry Resource Links
Academy of American Poets
The Academy of American Poets was founded in 1934 to support American poets at all stages of their careers and to foster the appreciation of contemporary poetry.
Arts & Letters Daily
Arts & Letters Daily is an online arts resource from The Chronicle of Higher Education. which includes poetry coverage.
Arts Wire was a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts. Arts Wire included a weekly newsletter with information about job openings and art news. Sadly, it is no longer active.
Books on Writing Poetry
Books on writing poetry from the Writer's Bookstore.
Dia Center for the Arts
Dia Center for the Arts is a tax-exempt charitable organization.
Electronic Poetry Center
Poetry Resource from the University of New York at Buffalo. Contains alphabetical links sections for poetry presses, poetry publications and poetry links.
Find Words That Rhyme
Learn about the online rhyming tools and rhyming dictionaries, including RhymeZone, Rhymer, Rhymebrain and more.
Glossary of Poetic Terms
This glossary will help familiarize the beginning Poet will commonly used poetic terms. The glossary contains definitions, hyperlink cross-references, examples of use and phonetic pronunciation.
Modern Language Association of America
The Modern Language Association of America is a not-for-profit membership organization that promotes the study and teaching of language and literature.
National Endowment for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Arts is the Federal grantmaking agency that Congress created to support the visual, literary, design, and performing arts, to benefit all Americans.
Newsgroup for discussion of Poems.
Newsgroup for the discussion of poetry by teens.
Oxford University Poetry Society
The Oxford University Poetry Society is the primary forum in Oxford for those who read and write poetry.
A list of the latest poetry contests with deadlines from the Writers Write Writing Contests section.
Poetry Daily is published daily over the World Wide Web from the offices of the Daily Poetry Association, located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A list of poetry prompts to help motivate you to write poems.
Poetry Society of America
Nonprofit organization providing events, activities, awards, promotion of poetry endeavors and links to resources.
Poetry Super Highway
This poetry site includes links to online poetry resource and publications and a weekly email newsletter.
Poets & Writers Online
Online resource for the print publication Poets & Writers. Site provides news, resources, links and speakeasy, a discussion area for poets and writers.
Representative Poetry Online
Representative Poetry On-line, version 2.07, includes 2,200 English poems by over 340 poets from Caedmon, in the Old English period, to the verge of copyright in the twentieth century.
Semantic Rhyming Dictionary
An online rhyming dictionary. Useful for help writing poetry, song lyrics, greeting cards, witticisms, etc.
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
This is the house where Shakespeare is believed to have been and raised. The site includes live theatre, artifacts, collections and more.
Slam News Service
Home of the International Performance Poetry Newsletter & official publication of the U.S. National Poetry Slam & The Poetry Olympics.
Types of Poetry
Information about some of the many different types of poetry and poems.
Wocky Jivvy Poetry Links
Searchable and browsable collection of poetry resources.
World Wide Arts Resources
World Wide Arts Resources provides the largest gateway to arts information on the Internet since 1995.
Writer's Almanac, The
The Writer's Almanac is a daily program of poetry and history hosted by Garrison Keillor on public radio stations throughout the country.
Writers Write Poetry Section
This resource for poets on writerswrite.com contains poetry resource links, poetry literature links, message boards, information about new poetry books and writer's aides and a poetry chat room.
Zeugma isn't an audience for poets or a library for poetry-readers -- it's a more specialized group, consisting of poets who discuss and analyze each other's work on an advanced level. An online workshop for Poets.
Zuzu's Petals Literary Resource
Zuzu contains 7000+ organized links to helpful resources for writers, artists, performers, and researchers.